Is there any line that can't be crossed in the name of black solidarity?
A new low (if that's possible):
"Good for you."
Obviously, Matthews does notice.
The Left: Compulsively obsessed with skin color.
The last 20 minutes on MSNBC has been dedicated to coverage of the cop killer Christopher Dorner and how much of a victim he has been through life--ya know, being black in an all-white Christian school and stuff. Never a bad time for MSNBC to show victim solidarity I guess.
Tyler Durden responded to Foxx's politically incorrect statement with one of his own. [NOTE: Sure Foxx's statement is not politically incorrect because he is black and can therefore say anything without being labeled a racist, bigot, etc. But in order to post this retort I need to point out they both fit in an "undiplomatic" category]:
Keep in mind that making this about race was Jamie’s idea, not mine, but yeah, “talent”. That must be why all the African countries and black neighborhoods are such fantastic utopias. Lagos, the second biggest city in Africa, is totally the same as Berlin and Seoul and London. They even hope to have a train one day. Imagine that! It’s the world of tomorrow, today! Well, I mean, actually it’s still tomorrow because they don’t have one yet but you get the idea.
Here's Foxx at the NAACP awards:
"I work with a lot of doctors and I didn't find a lot of support for it [Obamacare]."
Another great class at Prager University:
The story telling is captivating and so is the writing. Lee Habeeb delivers an excellent piece for NRO.
Ain't no charge crazy enough, ain't no lie tall enough, aint no smear low enough, to keep Democrats from feeling any shame. After all, being Democrat means never having to say you're sorry.
Gore appeared on the Charlie Rose show last night, unfortunately the editors left the part where Gore rips Fox News as "propaganda" on the cutting room floor. I've watched Gore's appearance on the Charlie Rose show on my DVR and also on Charlie Rose's web site and the "propaganda" part is not there. The editors did leave in the part where Gore praises the Al Jazeera network--so I grabbed that. Having said that, someone who attended the live taping of the show recorded the "propaganda" part on their cell phone. The video is not stellar but the content is worth watching--especially when it is juxtaposed with Gore's praising Al Jazeera.
Al Gore: Al Jazeera "Tell It Like It Is" -- They're "Respected"
Al Gore: Fox News Is "Propaganda"
In case you were not sure how Chuck Hagel felt about Israel after his "Jewish lobby" comment: